The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 123

David S. D’Amato discusses Joshua King Ingalls.

Laurence M. Vance discusses whether marijuana should be legalized and taxed.

Jacob G. Hornberger responds to a critique of his article favoring open borders.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Maduro and the national security state.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the welfare state and open borders.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses how govt interventionism created both Hilary and Trump.

Aaron Ross Powell discusses how libertarianism is not the same as the GOP.

Jim Naureckas discusses NPR’s portrayal of Obama on foreign policy.

John Feffer discusses the drone strikes.

Glenn Greenwald discusses the cowardice of the Clinton campaign and the NYT on the subject of Israeli occupation.

Chris Freiman and Javier Hidalgo discuss immigration and self-determination.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the prospects for a coherent Palestinian narrative.

Peter Lee discusses a book on the aftermath of the atomic bombings in Japan.

Daniel Kovalik discusses NPR’s subpar coverage of Yemen.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses Obama’s recent Hiroshima speech.

Stephen Zunes discusses Hilary Clinton’s defense of the IDF and the Israeli govt.

Jim Lobe discusses the neocon-liberal interventionist convergence on foreign policy.

Peter Van Buren discusses Hiroshima.

Nat Hentoff and Nick Hentoff discuss revoking Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize.

Brian Cloughley discusses American menacing of China.

Jeffrey Tucker discusses the great men theory of history and fascism.

Kevin Currie-Knight discusses why you shouldn’t have to get a govt license for anything.

Christopher A. Preble discusses Trump’s brand of authoritarianism.

Daniel R. DePetris discusses ISIS’s failure in Fallujah.

Ben Norton discusses U.S. nukes.

Abigall R. Hall Blanco discusses NSA spying.

Robert Higgs discusses requirements to declare cash at U.S. customs.

Steven Horowtiz discusses articles an aspiring economist should read.

John Mueller and Mark Stewart discuss why ISIS isn’t an existential threat to America.

Bill Kauffman discusses third parties.

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